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Stephen Jacob House- Facade

Stephen Jacob House

Stephen Jacob House c.1784, above, framed by two large black walnut trees. Stephen Jacob was a prominent Vermont attorney, serving in the American Revolution, appointed Vermont’s first district attorney and was one of the original signers of the state constitution.…

Artist Studio Building

Abditory (n.) a place into which you can disappear; a hiding place. The artist moved a former studio to this newly designed structure, adjacent to the weekend country house of his partner where they will now live full-time. A simple…

Japanese House

A Japanese inspired house, teahouse and garage situated on a sensitive site; an Eastern white pine bluff, mediating between a farm meadow and expansive views over the Merrimack River and an inland estuary in Newburyport, Massachusetts. The contemporary house design…

Our Neighbor’s Table

Amesbury, Massachusetts In early 2015, Merrimack Design began working with Our Neighbors' Table to evaluate the feasibility of converting a former retail store, laundromat and dry cleaning establishment into a new facility to support their mission. We are providing assistance…

Simeon Folsom House, Exeter, New Hampshire

The 1816 Simeon Folsom House was purchased in August 2014 and since that time has undergone an extensive exterior restoration. The building has a unique curved facade and was perhaps built by Jonathan Folsom (1785-1825), a Portsmouth, NH builder. The…

Sandown Meeting House

1774 Meeting House, Sandown, New Hampshire

While researching a presentation on Meeting House and Church Architecture in Amesbury and Salisbury in April 2011, a colleague speculated that the 1785 Rocky Hill Meeting House in Amesbury, MA (shown above) was very similar and likely was designed and…

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